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5 5

I'm a double-buffer. One that absorbs all the outside moisture and one that stays dry. This system keeps my face warm and protected, but often leads to the feeling of being choked out. The Marmot buff solves this issue. I have no idea what the fabric is, but it's thick, breathable, soft, and so protective. Great length so it can be folded over the head under the helmet and still lays long on the neck. Beautiful rich colors.

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I ended up with a pair of these when my brother lent them to me and I "forgot" to give them back. Little did I know before I read his review below that they were his favorite. Wearing guilt has never felt so good. These glasses are lightweight, take a beating, and seem to look great on every face size. I guess I'll have to get another pair and return his now.

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If you read any of my other reviews, it is common fact that I love longer jackets, especially for skiing. The Excellerator has the length, the feminine cut, and the durability to fight off the elements. I'm 5'3 (at best), with quads and small waist. I like a size small. It leaves plenty of room for 2 layers of long underwear and a micro-puff. Pairs great with the Spire Pants.

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If I have my way, I'm usually dressed as a ninja when I ski. But that's not to say that I don't like a little flare. These mittens add a really cute element of style. They are super warm. They have the necessary nose wiper. And are always a great conversation starter on the chairlift.

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Every time I wear this coat I get complemented. People always say you always have great lifestyle coats from Marmot...but the bonus about this coat is it's for skiing! I love the longer length in the back. The military style is right on trend. While I wouldn't wear this on a heavy weather day, it's definitely warm enough and weather proof enough for resort laps.

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5 5

As I write this, mounds of snow are pilling up outside. It's only November and having this coat in my arsenal is a life saver. It feels like you've walked outside wrapped up in your favorite down comforter. It's stylish enough to wear around town, but has the technical components to keep you toasty warm.

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These are the best socks! They make your feet look cool, hide any cankles, and the material and fit is hard to beat. I have an unusually small foot and these fit great. I wear them everywhere...gym, hiking, around the house, sleeping, camping.

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5 5

During the winter photoshoot for the Marmot Winter 15 line, we had to wear a new outfit to dinner each night to capture lifestyle shots. I tried to find a way to include this sweater into my outfit every single night. I was attached to it. I still am attached to it. It's incredibly soft, warm, and the style is perfect. Now it just needs to get cold enough for me to wear it.

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5 5

This is a great layer. Whether you're headed to the gym, yoga, or into the mountains. It's a great piece to have on hand. The flat seems make it incredibly comfortable. The fabric is so smooth. And it's really cut for a women's body.

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The yoga pant market is saturated. What sets these apart is the quality and fit. They stay up while you downward dog. The pants are a wonderful thickness for those winter classes. They don't pile. They don't loose elasticity. They are a level above most of the pants that are on the market.

NO sheerness here

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